In April, Outsource hosted a Foundation Training class for new employees who participated in a four-day training course held at corporate headquarters in Los Angeles. The class, run by Recruitment Operations Manager Jennifer Warriach, included the opportunity for new team members to interface with and learn from Senior Leadership Team members President Steve Ebenhack, VP of Operations Sam Jarvis, and CEO John Lowell. The 10 recruiters represented offices in Dallas, Chicago, Los Angeles, Denver, San Diego, Atlanta, and included two from the Skyhawk team.
The session began April 18th and consisted of role-playing challenges as well as classroom instruction, with an overall goal of helping trainees understand Outsource as an organization and advanced recruiting techniques. They’re taught how to effectively maximize the database and job boards, manage technicians, mitigate risk/safety and pitch new candidates for Outsource opportunities.
Aaron Real, a trainee from our Chicago office, was awarded Outsource’s inaugural ”ABCD (Above and Beyond the Call of Duty) Award,” which was presented by Sam Jarvis and Steve Ebenhack. Aaron was voted by his peers and supervisors to receive the award, which consisted of a company certificate and a prize.
During the evenings, trainees were able to together and explore the Los Angeles nightlife and also enjoyed a group dinner with Jennifer, Steve, and Sam at North Italia. Here is a list of the new Recruiters, their office, and the date they started with the company:
|Tyler Cook||San Diego||1/4/16|
|Michael Pollinger||Los Angeles||1/4/16|
Congratulations to all of our new Recruiters and welcome to Outsource!
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